News Ticker: Beyonce, Coldplay, iTunes, Creed

November 25th, 2009 by Rolling Stone Leave a reply »

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  • Beyoncé ended her British “I Am …” tour with a promise to be back next year with a new album, and producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins tweeted he is indeed working on tracks for the superstar’s next LP, Billboard reports.

  • Coldplay bassist Guy Berryman has started a side project called Apparatjik with Mew’s Jonas Bjerre and A-Ha’s keyboardist Magne Furuholmen and producer Martin Terefe, Spinner reports. The group plans to release its debut November 30th, and already has an official Website.
  • iTunes is teaming with concert giant Live Nation to present Live Nation Studios, where music recorded and filmed at Live Nation venues will be available for purchase on Apple’s digital store. So far, concerts from OK Go, Duffy and Plain White T’s have gone up for sale.
  • Creed will commemorate their Full Circle reunion tour with a December 8th DVD called Creed Live. The band’s September 25th show in Houston was captured by 239 cameras for the disc, which will also feature band interviews and more than 100 photos from the trek.

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